Energetics designed and produced a layered, 100-foot plexiglass hall display that highlights the work and successes of the Wind Program.
Our technical experts and graphic designers worked closely with the client to finalize the design, images, and messaging for this unique, eye-catching exhibit mounted at the entrance to the Wind Program offices at DOE Headquarters.
Energetics created four eye-catching, poster-size infographics that were displayed in the main lobby of DOE’s Washington Headquarters in recognition of National Bioenergy Week in November 2014. The display remained in the lobby through January 2015.
The infographics highlight the technologies, benefits, and DOE investments associated with each of four biorefineries that commenced production between July 2013 and October 2014—some of the first facilities in the United States to convert biomass residues/waste into cellulosic ethanol at commercial or near-commercial scales.
Developed a tailored content management system that helps the content team quickly and easily draft, review, and publish content to the site.
Engage with the energy-interested public, members of government and industry, and civil society organizations using a variety of social media platforms, including LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.
Provide a full range of writing, editing, design, and publishing support for press releases, reports, website content and news, fact sheets, posters and presentations, social media, an e-newsletter, and other materials.
Monitor the effectiveness/performance of the outreach program, adjusting the overall strategy and approach as needed to maximize impact.
Showcased U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center (CERC) successes in an annual report.
Developed infographics and other innovative design elements to convey complicated technical information in a clear and attractive format.
Collaborated with CERC partners and researchers to develop case studies that highlight the research and development (R&D) accomplishments of the Center’s three consortia—Clean Vehicles, Energy Efficient Buildings, and Clean Coal.